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good morning, america. breaking right now, streets of rage. anti-american protesters pouring into the streets of cairo, armed with stones and molotov cocktails. police launching tear gas canisters. the heated situation escalating, as the pope arrives in the region at this hour. in the heat of the moment. we go one on one with mitt romney, on those controversial comments made right up to the outbreak of the violence. and his biggest challenge in the make-or-break debate. >> the president tends to, how shall i say it, say things that aren't true. >> it's an abc news exclusive. and new overnight, invasion of privacy. topless photos of kate middleton on a private holiday, published in a french magazine this morning. the couple angry this morning.
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the palace invokes memories of princess diana and threatens to sue. ♪ i'm on the edge of glory lady gaga's startling, live performance last night. getting a tattoo inked on the back of her neck in front of an entire party. after months of silence, she is speaking out only here on "gma." boy, that is some helicopter shot as well. good morning, america. robin on her medical leave. elizabeth vargas here. a whole lot happening this morning. that turmoil continuing in the middle east. we have pictures from cairo and beirut. angry protesters gathering in egypt's tahrir square right now, as the pope touches down with a message of peace for the region. he is in lebanon today. >> there are so many people, george, clam mooring for the br
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new iphone that was just revealed in the last few days. look at this video of an apple store in california. bandits making off with everything they can get their hands on. wait until you see what happens next. >> the whole making off with. >> they got a little fuzzy on that. on a brighter note. >> yes? >> what a morning here at "good morning america." they are one of the hottest groups out there. we're thrilled to have green day with us. and so are these folks, who have been camped out all night long, waiting. and they will be performing later in the show. >> green day, green top. >> well, you know. >> i love what you did. >> thank you. let's turn back to the news that george was talking about at the beginning of the show, the latest out of the middle east. violent anti-american protests overnight in egypt. abc's lama hasan is on the front lines of the demonstrations in cairo right now. lama, good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning, elizabeth. well, this is a city bracing itself for a huge amount --
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outpouring of anger. the streets of cairo are once again a war zone. we're overlooking tahrir square, just down the street from where we are is the u.s. embassy. we can see the security forces who are meant to be guarding the embassy, firing tear gas at the protesters, trying to push them back. but the crowd is going nowhere. they are digging in and getting ready for a fight. many thousands anticipating to take part in a million man march. a call to protest by the muslim brotherhood. police in riot gear launching tear gas canisters into the sea of violent protesters. it's now the fourth day of anti-american demonstrations, fueled by an amateur film called "innocence of muslims." many here say the movie is blasphemous, denigrating the prophet muhammad. >> do not come here. >> reporter: what is your message to america? >> my message is to stop. stop disrespecting us. >> reporter: back in the u.s., police and reporters surrounded the california home of the man who allegedly produced the controversial film. police tell abc news, nakoula basseley nakoula, a 55-year-old egyptian christian, used the assumed name sam bacile to make
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and promote the movie. nakoula apparently told police he wrote the movie while serving time in federal prison last year on charges of bank fraud. this morning, after seeing the violence his film has sparked, he tells abc news, he now fears for his life. following an investigation into the killings at the u.s. embassy in benghazi, there are reports that four people have been arrested. the libyan prime minister has said, expect more arrests. george? >> we'll keep an eye on it. thanks very much. we're going to turn to the big economic news here at home. that could affect your money. ben bernanke announcing dramatic new moves to pump up the economy. bianna golodryga with more on that. start out by explaining what the fed is doing. >> reporter: the fed announced an aggressive program to buy back about $40 billion of mortgage-backed securities every single month. what does that mean? you saw huge response in the stock market. your 401(k) is going to bounce
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up from that. you'll feel like you have more money in your pocket and you'll spend more money. businesses will do the same. interest rates remain low, near zero, through 2015. that will inspire people to go out and buy homes. anything to retrigger the economy for both. >> and investing, as well. when i spoke to mitt romney, he's been critical of ben bernanke. he won't reappoint him if he is elected president. he says this won't work. and the fed has tried this stimulus before. what is different this time? >> reporter: they tried this twice before. this is an open-ended project right now. they're determined to bring the unemployment rate down. he's been sober about this, ben bernanke. he said it's going to be above 7.5% by 2014. there are risks, too. a lot of people are saving money right now. they're not being rewarded for that, especially the elderly who rely on their savings accounts. some people warn of the risk of inflation. the fed says they don't see any signs of inflation for the next few years. in my interview with mitt romney, we cover a lot of other ground, including how he's
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preparing for the crucial debates with president obama, what he thinks of new polls that have him falling behind. and whether he regrets the first comments he made after this week's violence in egypt and libya. romney accused the obama administration for showing, quote, sympathy for the protesters. romney said the president was displaying a shoot first, aim later attitude. and that's where we began. >> i thought the statement was inappropriate. and pointed that out. now, our attention is focused on the loss of life and the tragedy of having a remarkable ambassador and diplomatic members had their lives taken. >> you said the statement showed a tendency to sympathize for those who waged the attacks. where do you see it shows sympathy? it was done before the attacks happened. >> the statement stayed on the website for 14, 15 hours. the statement was reiterated after they had breached the sovereignty of the embassy. >> coupled with a condemnation
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of the attacks, though. >> even after the killing in libya. and by the way, what i said was exactly the same thing conclusion the white house reached, which was that the statement was inappropriate. that's why they backed away from it, as well. >> no direct response when the president says you shoot first and aim later? >> well, this is politics. i'm not going to worry about the campaign. >> reporter: but as the campaign heads for the home stretch, romney facing criticism not just from president obama, but from conservative allies, too. with some questioning why he's not doing better in this bad economy. >> the republican party cannot win in this environment. it has to get out of politics. >> if you can't beat barack obama with this record, then shut down the party. >> reporter: a new batch of polls highlights those concerns. romney trailing in swing states like florida, ohio and virginia. what do you say to the hand-wringing? >> beating an incumbent is never easy. the president exudes an air of friendliness and likability. which is endearing. but at the same time, people recognize he's not done the job they expected him to do.
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and that he promised he would do. >> but you're falling further behind. why aren't you doing better? >> well, i am doing well. i'm virtually tied up in the polls. we're doing well in swing states. the outcome is decided by the people in the middle. and i believe as they look at who they believe can get this economy strong again and create jobs again and rising wages and take-home pay for middle income families, they're going to say i've got the best prospects for doing that and i'll get their nod. >> let's talk about iran. you've been critical of the president's policy. prime minister netanyahu has suggested he wants more clear, red lines from the united states. what's your red line with iran? >> my red line is iran may not have a nuclear weapon. iran is a nuclear nation, is unacceptable to the united states of america. >> president obama said exactly the same thing. he said it's unacceptable for iran to have a nuclear weapon. your red line is the same as his. >> i laid out what i would do to keep iran from reaching that red line. i said that crippling sanctions
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needed to be put in place immediately. that combined with standing up with iranian dissidents. the president was silent when dissidents took to the streets of tehran, the president was silent. in addition, i think ahmadinejad should have been indicted for incitation to genocide. >> but your red line going forward is the same? >> yes, and recognize that when one says that it's unacceptable to the united states of america, that that means what it says. >> you mentioned president obama's likability. we had a poll question this week, asking who would you rather have dinner with. right now, president obama is beating you by about 19 points on that. try and convince people that they're wrong. bring us inside. what would dinner be like at the romney home? >> it would be chaotic. you'd have grandkids climbing all over you. probably some food would be thrown from one side of the table to the other by one of my grandkids. it would be a lot of fun. i can't tell people who would have more fun at whose table. but i think the american people
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are looking for someone who has the capacity to help them get good jobs and more take-home pay. and i do. >> let's talk about the debates. >> hello. >> what have you learned as you studied about all this about president obama as a debater? what are you looking for? >> i think he's going to say a lot of things that aren't accurate. you know, i'd be tempted to go back to that wonderful line by ronald reagan, there you go again. but you can't use something that's been -- >> bill clinton used that about you at the democratic convention. >> as another president once said, there they go again. >> i didn't happen to see that. but i think the challenge that i'll have in the debate is that the president tends to, how shall i say it? say things that aren't true. and in attacking his opponents i've looked at prior debates. and in that kind of case, it's difficult to say, well, am i going to spend my time correcting things that aren't quite accurate? or am i going to spend my time talking about the things i want to talk about? and that's the challenge you always have. >> what do you do? >> well, that's a challenge you always have. and that's a judgment you make. >> do you have any rituals you use to get ready?
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>> well, ann always gives me the advice, as i get ready to go up on the stage and offers a few words of encouragement. and i look to her when i'm in the debate. i look and see her. typically, her eyes are down. she's more nervous in the debates than i am. she says, i wish i could debate instead. she says, i wouldn't be as nervous. i look to her. and when she's smiling and confident, that gives me the boost i need. >> governor romney, thanks very much. >> thanks, george. >> big moment coming up on october 3rd. lots more on all this week's politics coming up on sunday on "this week." now, let's get the top stories with josh. >> we're going to begin with breaking news, on what's being called a major terrorist attack foiled overseas. authorities in kenya have arrested two people they say were in the final stages of planning an attack there with explosive device, weapons, and ammuniti ammunition. they are suspected to be working with an al qaeda group from
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somalia, hoping to keep peacekeeping troops out of somalia, a hotbed of activity. pope benedict has just arrived in the middle east, for what is being called a pilgrimage of peace. alex marquardt is in beirut this morning with the latest. good morning to you, alex. >> reporter: good morning, josh. this is the pope's first trip to the middle east since the arab spring began. it could not come at a more important time. for starters, because of the bloody civil war raging just next door in syria. but also because of the protests at the american diplomatic posts across the region. it comes as christianity in the middle east is struggling. there's been an exodus by christians by the tens of thousands. leaving the countries that they have lived in for centuries. the pope will be bringing a message of peace, not just for the war in syria. but between muslims and christians during these very turbulent times. josh? >> alex, thank you for that. meanwhile, more than 30,000 people have been forced to evacuate because of a massive volcanic eruption in central
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america. ash was two miles into the air and pushed lava 2,000 feet down those slopes, not far from a popular tourist area. thankfully, no injuries have been reported. here at home, it is not the same. a horrifying accident in las vegas. witnesses say that a car speeding out of control hit bottom, flew into the air, and plowed into a bus stop. four people were killed, eight seriously injured. the man behind the wheel now faces felony drunk driving charges. finally, you saw this at the top of the show. a wild scene inside an apple store in southern california. bandits driving that suv, plow right through the front windows. then, they smash and grab every iphone, ipad, ithing they can get their hands on. the problem, though, they then have to back out. as they got stuck in the isecurity gate. eventually, they rammed their way out. problem, they left their license
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plate in the process. >> oh. >> and wouldn't you know it? later when the driver went back to get it, returned to the scene of the crime, you see where i'm going with this. >> are you serious? >> i can't believe that. they went back for the license plate? >> they went back. i guess you don't see the police waiting. but, yeah. they went back. >> he went back for his warranty on the iphone. all right, josh. >> and a new charger. >> and the new charger. exactly. we're going to turn, now, to prince william and princess kate, the royal couple told this morning, just this morning, that a french magazine has published topless photos of the princess on a private vacation. that news coming right in the middle of their big overseas tour through asia. and they're in malaysia, a mostly muslim country where kate is appearing in public in veils. abc is not showing the nude photos of princess kate. but bob woodruff has the latest from kuala lumpur. bob?
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>> reporter: good morning, elizabeth. this has been a successful trip for the duke and duchess. but overnight, the atmosphere has absolutely changed. and william and kate are furious. the royal couple learned about the shocking photos as they ate breakfast, just a short time prior to visiting a local mosque. the pictures are said to be taken at this secluded french estate, where william and kate spent four days prior to this tour. a palace source tells abc news, that at first, the couple simply felt saddened. but as the day wore on, the sadness turned to shock and anger. in a statement just hours ago, st. james palace called the invasion of privacy grotesque and unjustifiable. and said it was reminiscent of the worst excesses of the press and paparazzi during the life of diana. it is unthinkable, the statement said, that anyone should take such photographs, let alone publish them. it was 15 years ago that princess diana left a hotel in paris and sped away from paparazzi in hot pursuit. she was killed in a paris
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tunnel. just after william and kate were engaged, the prince expressed his concerns about the paparazzi, and had given kate the chance to get out of the relationship if she thought the attention would overwhelm her. >> i wanted to give her the chance to see it and back out if she wanted to, before it all became too much. >> reporter: at the visit to the mosque, kate removed her shoes and wore a stylish head scarf. because of security concerns, this event was not part of the public schedule. what the people were not told about the couple's appearance at the mosque because of security issues, you can see they did know they were coming here to the park, the biggest crowd we've seen yet. as the couple greeted a crush of admirers, the smiles on their faces did nothing to hide their anguish. kate and william said late today they wanted to continue their focus on this tour on behalf of the queen. elizabeth? >> bob, thank you so much. we're going to turn to "gma's" legal analyst, dan abrams. dan, the photos are on the
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newsstands this morning in france. what legal options does the palace really have as they consult their lawyers? >> remember, generally, they don't sue the media. they've had a policy of not suing the media. this is more egregious in a sense you're talking about a long lens, on vacation, and in france, where the privacy laws are very tough. the problem is, yeah. they're tough. except with what's the remedy? it's a fine. and a lot of these media organizations are happy to just pay that fine and have the picture because there's going to be, as you point out, no way to literally prevent the photos from making it to the newsstands and certainly not on the internet. >> that's why undoubtedly the magazine did not let the palace know a week ago, when they took the photos, that they had them. >> they would have had a hard time getting an injunction to prevent them from publishing it anyway. this tends to be after-the-fact punishment. >> the palace, in a statement this morning, invoked the memory of princess diana and said that
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is one reason why it made it more upsetting to william and kate that these photos were out there. how have things changed since princess diana's death? we keep hearing that france is a safer place for celebrities to go with their children, because laws are quote/unquote stricter. >> there was a truce between the paparazzi, the media, and the royals in england. really since diana. they have much more rules and agreements that when the kids are in school, they'll give them photos but they won't harass them. kate middleton has changed a lot of things. there's suddenly enormous interest again in the way that there was in diana. and as a result, many of these informal agreements are breaking down. and new problems are occurring. >> all right. dan abrams, we'll be talking to you in the next half hour on another story. thanks for updating us on the legal options in this story. let's check in, now, with ginger zee, who is gorgeous in blue and white this morning. >> thank you so much. you're looking quite nice in white. compliment hour here. we start with some complementary rain for texas. look at this. kvue, our affiliate there. thank you so much, by the way, for sending us this.
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a welcome sight of a couple of inches in austin. but northwest of austin, this storm totals 7 1/2 inches. we know they've been dealing with drought. and it's been really bad in texas, ever since last year. so, even more rain on the way. even places like broken bow, oklahoma, or paris, texas, going to get some today. your local forecast coming up in 30 seconds. but first, your weekend getaway forecast.
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welcome back. view from 2600 feet up on mount tamalpais. flight arrival delays and oakland and san jose running on time. temperatures are running in the 50s right now. except for antioch at 62 degrees. temperatures pretty close to yesterday, three degrees warmer in san francisco and two degrees cooler in san francisco. clouds will be back by noon. 50s and 60s.
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now, the crowd is cheering. they've been lining up all night long, starting at midnight. and there is -- you can't blame them. that's why. green day. 65 million albums sold. they have three new albums coming out in the next five months. they'll be playing a lot of songs here live this morning. with a little help from d.j. ir irie. we say good morning, america. robin is on medical leave. and elizabeth vargas is here with us. >> great to see green day -- they're playing on the roof. >> they're going to be on the roof. that's right. at any rate, we're going to have an actress from "gossip girl." kelly rutherford.
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she broke down in tears on "the view." speaking about her bitter custody battle. she's here live in our studio to get more on this unbelievable and unprecedented battle. >> i can't even imagine it. we're going to hear from the teacher who breast fed her child while teaching her class. >> what's wrong with that? >> i don't know what i think about this one. i'm looking forward to the interview. >> come on. you breast fed everywhere, didn't you, lara? >> not on the set. >> there was a photo of her breast-feeding on the set. i didn't really do it. >> do we have a segment? >> yeah. >> we'll be back with that in a moment. message in a bottle. stunning, new pictures of lady gaga. here she is, getting a tattoo at a public party. this was to celebrate her new fragrance, as she breaks her months of silence on "gma." >> what is she wearing there? >> she was wearing a beautiful crown that was very reminiscent
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of the top of her new purr perfume. >> she was pressed like her perfume bottle? >> no, she wasn't. let's get to kelly rutherford. she is speaking out about the devastating custody ruling that sent her two american children overseas. her german ex-husband was expelled from the u.s. and barred from visiting this country. so, the judge ordered the children to move with him in france. we're going to speak with rutherford who did visit her children last week, in a moment. but first, linsey davis joins us with the very latest on this story. good morning, linsey. >> reporter: good morning, elizabeth. she's played in lots of dramas. but none with a story line that could have prepared her for this. kelly rutherford has been reduced to a visitor in her children's minds, all because of what some are calling one of the worst custody decisions ever. >> you're home early. >> reporter: on the hit show
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"gossip girl," kelly rutherford plays the matriarch, a man hhatn mom with serious style. last month, a judge ruled her two, young kids, just 3 and 5 years old, must remain halfway around the world, with their father in france. a very distraught rutherford appeared on "the view" on thursday. >> the children are still in france? >> yeah. they're in france. i left them about a week ago. >> reporter: they've been visiting with her ex-husband over the summer. and when rutherford asked for a stay, which would have brought the children back, that stay was denied. giersch is a citizen of germany. and he can no longer enter the u.s. so, in order for them to have a 50/50 care taking split, the children must stay in france. and rutherford has to travel back and forth to see them.
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>> her celebrity status hurt her. the judge feels she's the typical hollywood actress mom, who has plenty of money. and can basically jump on a plane at will and go visit her children in a foreign country. >> reporter: giersch released a statement through his lawyer, saying he was looking forward to co-parenting the children. and continuing contact with kelly. but rutherford plans to appeal. >> my little girl said, i want to come home, momma. i want to come back to new york. my son has been brainwashed that where he is so much better. he says momma, i love you so much. you're in my heart. >> how old is he? >> 5. he'll be 6 this month. >> reporter: fighting to bring her children back home. for now, her children have started school in france. meanwhile, rutherford has to stay here in new york, as "gossip girl" starts shooting this week. she has to keep working to pay her legal bills to keep fighting
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to bring her children back. kelly rutherford joins us now, along with dan abrams. it was hard for you to watch that clip of yourself talking. >> it was. >> how were the kids when you saw them last week? >> they were happy to see me. i was happy to see them. you know, they're beautiful. >> how do you explain to them what's going on? i mean, i have kids around. my youngest is the age of your oldest son. how do you explain this? >> you know, i just do it in a way that they know they're loved. i say mommy loves you so much. mommy's in new york. she's working. i'm going to be here as much as i can be here. i think about you every day. i do skype with them every day. so, i sort of remind them and give them hugs and kisses through skype. you know, give each other a kiss and hug for momma. >> but with this judge's ruling, when are they supposed to come back to the united states? >> i have no idea. >> there isn't any date set? >> no.
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>> no. >> indefinitely? >> the judge, i've used this phrase before. i think the judge served as a travel agent here. what's the easiest travel for the kids. easier for the kids to stay in france, rather than kelly to bring the kids to bermuda or canada or places he could visit with them. the problem is, to just look at it that way, to just say, it's easier for travel this way, leads to the conclusion, which is leading to your question. wait a second. now, the kids are never going to be coming back to the united states? and according to this ruling, there is nothing that would indicate that the kids can, should or will come back to the united states. >> kelly, had the children ever been in france before this? >> their entire lives they had lived in new york city. they were going to school here in new york city. they're american citizens. you're an american citizen. >> yes. >> you had joint custody? >> yes. >> or full custody?
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>> i was the primary parent but joint custody. >> as the primary parent, you would have had them 60% to 70% of the time. >> correct. >> and now, it's turned on its head. they're living in a country they've never been in before. >> he's a german citizen. >> why is he living in france? >> kelly would know that better than i would, why he's living in france. >> i guess his mother's boyfriend has a home there. >> okay. your husband's visa was revoked in the united states. why? >> we don't know. nobody will -- i keep asking to get that information. and it's refused. he refuses to say why -- >> there has to be a reason. there's allegations of some sort of wrongdoing, right? >> you don't -- his lawyer has suggested that allegations alone get your visa revoked. that's not the way it works. allegations made. the state department has looked into things. and there's a lot of questions of how the state department started looking into this. there's questions about did the state department begin looking
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at this first? or did a lawyer for kelly reach out to the state department when there were concerns about possible abduction. that investigation led to his visa being revoked. but regardless, the state department made a determination. not kelly's lawyers. not the judge. the state department decided, there's a reason that this guy should not have a visa to be in the united states. >> so, this judge has awarded, basically, full custody of your children, in a country they have never lived in before, they're not citizens of, your husband's not a citizen of. and you yourself was during the divorce, was afraid that he might abduct your children. >> i brought all this up. and it was brushed off like it was nothing. >> he now has to try to get back to the united states. it's so unlikely. one of the conditions, well, this is just temporary. don't worry. he's going to continue to try to get in the united states. and kelly has to try to help him.
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>> how do you get through this? >> you know, i'm hoping that somehow, someway, this will help change the way that the court makes their decisions. maybe that's why it's happening. >> it's hard for you. >> it is. i don't want to start crying again. i'm just thankful that everyone's taken an interest in it. that alan dershowitz has taken an interest in it. i hope people will continue to. i hope it will create change and get my kids home as soon as possible. >> we'll keep on top of it. and keep us posted on what happens with your legal battle, kelly. and good luck to you and your two babies. >> thank you. >> dan, thank you so much. let's check in with ginger zee and a look at the weather. she's in for sam champion. >> last of the 80s for a while. cold air coming in. boston, 66. not so much in l.a.
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so you can treat more than just the pain. humira can lower your ability to fight infections, including tuberculosis. serious, sometimes fatal events, such as infections, lymphoma, or other types of cancer, have happened. blood, liver and nervous system problems, serious allergic reactions, and new or worsening heart failure have occurred. before starting humira, your doctor should test you for tb. ask your doctor if you live in or have been to a region where certain fungal infections are common. tell your doctor if you have had tb, hepatitis b, are prone to infections or have symptoms such as fever, fatigue, cough, or sores. you should not start humira if you have any kind of infection. ask your rheumatologist about humira, to help relieve pain and stop further joint damage before they stop you.
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back now for chris cuomo's exclusive interview with a texas man who was convicted of murder after confronting a neighbor having a loud party. he had a gun in his hand and a rolling video camera, which turned out to be a mistake. >> reporter: in a quiet town. a story as old as cain and able.
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was it justified? or was it murder? prosecutors argue, the answer is right here. >> it is unjustified and unreasonable killing. >> reporter: in the video raul rodriguez recorded in the night he shot his neighbor, we see kelley danaher, hand on his heart. the video rodriguez thought would clear him. >> i brought my video camera because i really believed that if i had documentation of this, that we could take this to court. >> reporter: you also brought a handgun and a lot of ammo. >> yes. i had a concealed handgun license. and it was perfectly legal for me to carry that weapon. >> reporter: did you need to bring a handgun and ammo to that situation? >> i carried a firearm everywhere i went. >> reporter: rodriguez had a concealed weapon license.
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and knew all about the stand your grand law, which allowed you to use deadly force if you were in fear for your life. >> i'm in fear for my life. >> no one had weapons. no one was menacing. no one was aggressive. there was no guns. no knives. not even words that justified anything he did. >> reporter: did hthey recover any weapons from the scene other than yours? >> i don't know. >> reporter: you know the answer. >> i don't know. >> reporter: you know the answer. they didn't find any. >> okay. i don't know. >> reporter: at the end rodriguez was found guilty of murder. kelley danaherst's widow is trying to keep them alive. the verdict is a victory for all of the neighbors. >> their children can enjoy being in that neighborhood like we did when we grew up.
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>> good morning, i'm eric thomas. >> a menlo park plans to reopen tomorrow. menlo park fire department says yesterday's fire at the school was caused by a faulty kitchen appliance. fortunately many of students' records were found in salvageable condition. >> check out the temperatures outside. mainly in the 50s and 61 in antioch. flight arrival into delays but not oakland and san jose. 60 at the coast and 90s in the east bay valleys. >> new accident in concord, south at 242 at clayton. muni shut down at 5:00 for
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repair between beach and market and church that starts at 5:00. >> thank you very much. news continues now with "good morning america." another update i
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[ cheers and applause ] right there on the roof. green day will be here in a little bit. some nice hugs. people have been here since midnight. the crowd's growing here in times square. that's a beautiful shot from the helicopter above. that's the stage where green day is going to play in a little bit. also in the studio, d.j. irie, helping us out on this deejay friday. >> it's deejay friday. >> great to have him here. robin is listening at home. great to have elizabeth vargas
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in this morning. >> it's great to be here, especially wearing this. get a look at these. >> i'm wearing $2 million worth of diamonds right now. take a look at -- that little thing. >> oh, my. >> this bad boy's $850,000. anniversary's coming. >> ginger? >> i have a ring here and a bracelet. the ring is $60,000. i'm on the lower end. totally. >> the ring matches your dress. you get to keep it. >> let's pass the hat, all right and send ginger home with this ring. >> make ginger's day. >> i can't lift my wrist up. >> why are you wearing all this stuff? >> we're going to tell you about it in "pop news." don't blow the big surprise for me. >> okay. and lady gaga.
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i mean, if diamonds aren't a girl's best friend, this woman is. so excited to talk to her yesterday. she hasn't talked to anybody for months. and last night, she celebrated her new perfume with a big party. you know, everybody gets tattoos at their parties. >> sure. >> yeah. >> so, we will have that exclusive interview coming up. >> or titanic diamonds. a story causing controversy this morning. a teacher breast-feeding while teaching her class. did she cross the line? we'll talk to her for the first time. a lot of students were tweeting and reacting to it. it was interesting. we have news, as well. and josh elliott has that. >> we're going to begin with the very volatile scene in the middle east right now. violence flaring again, as anti-american protesters clash with u.s. protesters near the embassy in cairo. outrage over that movie produced in california. a similar protest is under way in yemen. egypt's muslim brotherhood has canceled plans for a million man
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march. instead, calling for restraint. and egypt's president today called on all muslims to helped protect foreign diplomats. meantime, at least four people have been arrested in connection with that attack on the consulate in libya on tuesday. and stocks are soaring of the federal reserve announced a new plan to boost the federal economy. the fed will buy $40 million in mortgage securities every month indefinitely and keep long-term interest rates near zero. all in hopes of getting businesses to spend again, folks to buy houses again. in his interview with george, mitt romney said printing more money will not work. and britain's royal family is said to be considering legal options now that topless photos of kate middleton have been published by a french magazine. the photos were taken during a private vacation in france. the palace says it was reminiscent of the paparazzi's
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worst excesses during princess diana's life. and in cleveland, an impatient mother caught driving on a sidewalk to go around a stopped school bus. the bus was picking up a disabled child. the woman complained that it was taking too long. you can see her, she didn't get far. the police were tipped off that she had been doing it. so, they parked at the corner to catch her. and catch her, they did. and sally struthers has been released on bail after being charged with drunk driving. the 65-year-old former "all in the family star" was picked up in maine, where she is starring in a musical. her license could be suspended. a great honor for boxing great, muhammad ali. david muir was in philadelphia to present the greatest with the liberty role, for his long-time role as a humanitarian causes. to a person who displays courage and conviction. congratulations to you, muhammad
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ali. and finally, take a look at denver bronco fans. elated to have peyton manning as their quarterback. here's why. look very closely at this corn maze. it stretches across 15 acres. lots of corn went to create a football-field-sized peyton manning, clad in his number 18. they have the yard lines etched in on the right side. he's only won one game. imagine if he wins another and another. that's a lod of dedication. i hope all all of that corn went to a good cause. >> all right, josh. >> yeah. let's do it. good morning, everybody. >> ice, ice. >> oh, yeah. that would be great to have a little "ice, ice, baby" because we feel like a million bucks in "pop news." the reason, tiffany and company, the vennible jewelers turns 105 years old today. and in honor of the big day, they have brought a couple of things. a couple little bobbles for us. some of the most jaw-dropping
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pieces, worth over well over $1 million. we're talking more than 200 carats. it's not the heart of the ocean. it is the ocean. >> it's the ocean. >> two very eagle-eyed security guards never far away. >> we go now. >> should we go now? >> go, go. >> quick tiffany facts, did you know the company started out as a stationery company. and they got into the bobble business. we are brown-nosing. happy birthday, tiffany. we love you. call us. >> so much. could the new bond chartreuse be adele? adele was spotted visiting the abbey road studios earlier this
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month, where thomas neumann is putting the score together. wishful thinking? great casting? we'll find out when "sky fall" hits theaters in november. looking forward to that. we didn't get a shot of him in the bathing suit, did we? darn it. not sure what we did before google. the search engine finds answers for all of our questions, even those about six degrees of kevin bacon. now, you can type in the worlds bacon number, and an actors name and you will find out how close they are linked to the movie star. so, we gave it a try with an actor we all know, ali wentworth. she was in "it's complicated" with meryl streep. and we wanted to try one more. we tried george stephanopoulos. his number is three. >> three. >> with willie nelson. >> willie. >> willie appeared in "mystic
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river," with kevin. >> i learned something today. thank you. >> i was more concerned. >> go, go. and finally, everybody, you know "gma's" your one-stop shop for everything panda. look at this adorable cub. one of the newest additions to the san diego zoo. the 47-day-old is just starting to open his eyes. that's right on track. the process can take about three weeks to complete. >> just to open his eyes? >> yep. that's how long it takes. and i have forgotten the little fella's name. the reason i didn't tell you is because he doesn't have one. it's chinese tradition to wait 100 days until they name newborns. the zoo will take suggestions on its website on monday. that's "pop news," everybody. bacon number and your name. got it. >> okay. and ginger zee in for sam champion. >> good morning, everybody. green day really fired them up. i have to say good morning
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because these folks are from my hometown, grand rapids, michigan. let's get to the forecast. the southeast has been really rainy. orlando 90 today. more rain for miami. plenty of rain they had. and the northeast here, say good-bye to the 80s. i hope all of you are going to be enjoying new york because, boy, it is going to get cool for a couple of weeks.
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>> so, we're celebrating and getting ready for green day. but also, friendship. how many years? >> turning 60 this year. and friends for 50 years. we're here on a girl's weekend from pittsburgh, pennsylvania. >> 50 years, lara. hopefully we're friends for 50. >> i hope so, too. they're taking the diamonds away from me as we give you our "gma morning menu." the teacher under fire for breast-feeding in class. we'll hear from her and that controversial story. plus, lady gaga, breaking her silence after so long. i had a terrific interview with her yesterday. looking forward to sharing that with you. and heidi klum on life without seal and her brand-new project. all that and, oh, yeah. green day is live, everybody, coming up on "good morning america." ♪
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gender and she brought her baby with her and breast fed the baby in class. claire shipman has the story. >> reporter: the first week of classes at american university. and assistant professor and busy single mom, adrienne pine woke up to a baby with a fever. with no emergency sitters on-hand, and not wanting to cancel her first lecture, she brought her infant to work. >> it wasn't the ideal option. but the fact that there was no ideal option. and it was the best of the options available to me. >> reporter: her baby, lee was fine at first. but then, she started to fuss. and pine did what she always does at home, on buses, at restaurants. breast fed her. and she continued with her class while she did it. >> people seemed largely charmed by the humanity that i think children can bring to a workplace environment, without necessarily detracting from the seriousness. >> reporter: then, she learned of this tweet from one of the students. sex, gender and culture professor, total feminist, walks
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in with her baby. midway through class, breast-feeding time. when the school paper got wind of the story, the campus was buzzing. >> it's very distracting to a lot of the students. >> reporter: many were supportive. >> she let us know that she was about to do it. i wasn't too surprised. i think she handled it in a really, the most professional way she could. >> in a situation like this, which is unique. and she wasn't making a habit of it, we really need to cut her some slack. >> reporter: she's hoping at least her actions will spark, not just controversial, but a deeper discussion about how wrenching child care struggles can be, especially with people with no cushion. >> we set up child care so that not every single woman in the workplace is facing these issues of an individual. but rather, we're discussing them together. >> reporter: now, the university has pretty much stayed out of it.
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they don't comment on employees' individual affairs. but these issues are tough. i've been forced to bring my kids to work occasionally. even on interviews. and it's not pretty. >> it is tough for all working moms. but i don't think you've breast fed your baby during an interview. >> i haven't done that on camera. thanks, claire, so much. we want to know what you think. was this an inappropriate move? go to on yahoo! and tell us what you think. let's head outside to lara now. >> we turn to lady gaga, revealing her blockbuster new project. it's not a song right now. it's a fragrance. it's called fame. and like everything that gaga does, the scent that she personally created is already making headlines. i sat down with her for a one-on-one, a nice chat and a sniff. ♪ ♪ i want to hold them like they do them in texas ♪
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>> reporter: thank you for spending some time with us. congratulations on fame. >> i'm proud of it and happy. >> reporter: and how very gaga it is, with the egg-shaped bottle and the black liquid inside. >> i wanted the black liquid to represent the duality of fame. the smell of it and the evil proposition around the corner. it is just a little artistic statement. >> reporter: it's been said often that the most powerful of the senses is smell. it can lift the mood of the room and change the conclusion of the evening. how do you react to that? >> it's quite like me, i think. i'm a good party ender. >> reporter: are you? >> yes. or party saver. anybody want me to come, and i'll smell like fame.
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the fans, when they want to smell me, gaga, can i smell the fame? right here. >> reporter: i'll have a smell of the scent. very sexy. >> it's sexy. it's a sexy fragrance. it's for someone that wants to seduce someone. you shouldn't wear it if you're not likely to look for a lover because it's going to attract them. >> reporter: yeah. what should a man smell like? >> i personally quite like leather smell. and sort of tobacco smells and alcoholy smells. things that smell like you've been in a bar being bad at night. >> reporter: a little naughtiness. and how does gaga describe the smell of fame? >> i want it to be a sweaty smelling perfume. it's seductive.
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you want the life of the person that is famous. >> reporter: do you remember the first perfume you bought as a little girl? >> baby rose jeans by versace. >> reporter: really? you were much more sophisticated than me. >> i had to beg my mother for it. ♪ for the rock 'n' roll >> in an honest way, i'm telling you it's a sexy fragrance. it does in a way remind me of my mother. my mother was a sexy woman to me. >> reporter: yeah. >> very sexual, sensual woman. and my father, always thought she was sexy. you know, they weren't always private about, you know, hugging and kissing each other in front of us. it was something that my sister and i really enjoyed to see. ♪ you know when i >> reporter: i know you're in the middle of your world tour and heading our way. what is the smell associated with being up on that stage in front of the fans?
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>> a fog. >> reporter: is it a good-smelling fog? >> a fog machine. >> such a great time talking to her. we thank you, gaga. here's a look at what happened last night. video from the stunning live performance she gave for her fans, getting her neck tattooed in a giant glass bottle at her perfume launch party. and her tour is coming to the u.s. in january. the new album is on its way. >> yu never know what she's going to do. >> i love it. heidi klum's been out all week long, talking about the end of her marriage to seal. but that hasn't slowed the growth of her fashion empire. and amy robach sat down with heidi for a first look at her new line of kids clothes. >> you're an expert when it comes to fashion. you're a mom, and a businesswoman. now, a designer for children. why did you decide to start the truly scrumptious line. >> it's out of all of the
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projects i've done in the past, i have four children of my own. and designing for them, for my children and everyone who likes truly scrumptious, for me is the most exciting. >> if momny designed it, they have to wear it. do they have their individual fashion tastes, your four children? >> they do. my son, henry, for example, he wears very strange combinations. and then, he wants a mohawk. and i do tend to say, go ahead. this is your time right now. >> and speaking of your children, you said protecting them is your highest priority. >> i think for every mom, it is. >> and you have gone through difficult days. there's been recent headlines surrounding your divorce from seal. how have you been able to shield them from that? and how have you been holding up? >> i guess it's difficult. thankfully, they're still very young. and it's so hard to go through a divorce if you are in the public eye or not. and you know, unfortunately, we are in the public eye. you know, there's rumors and things that get printed about you all the time. and it's difficult. you know, it's hard for us. it's very emotional for us.
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so, i'm trying to keep my kids away from it as much as possible. >> keeping them close. and well-dressed, of course, right? >> i try. >> let's -- >> i know. >> let's get to the clothes. truly scrumptious. we have megan who is in beautiful purple. look at megan go. >> yay. high-five. >> tell us about megan's outfit. >> i have to say, my daughter, who is 8 years old, she's very, very upset that it only goes to 5. whatever this dress is actually one of her favorite dresses. and she squeezes herself into it because she loves the sparkles. >> megan, we loved your outfit. we have alex here. and he has an adorable outfit for little boys. tell us what alex is wearing. >> he's wearing really cute jeans that have the suspenders attached to him. and a fun, bright red shirt with accents. you know, different prints i think is important. i really tried to think of mom and child. you know, that it is
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comfortable. that it's washable. and all my pieces are mix and match. you don't have to think so much anymore. like everything in the line, you know, works. you can interchange everything. >> and the great thing is -- >> one of the hardest things to stand on the orange circle. >> that would not have worked with my kids, either. stand on the dat. she would have been, yeah, right. trying to keep his pants up through all of the hopping. there's nowhere to go, alex. >> we want to bring out masa. a beautiful pink and gray outfit. >> tell us what she is wearing. >> i do love the little jacket. all my pieces, by the way, under $40. >> love the boots and the air accessories, as well. >> this flower is not mine. i wish i could say it was. it's cute. >> thank you, tessa. now, we're going to bring nolan out. >> how old are you? >> 5. >> look. he looks very dapper.
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>> very handsome. >> i was thinking, what do my kids like. you are also very good at modeling. my kids are really into monsters. show the monster on the back. >> oh, a monster. >> i love what's on his jeans, too. what's easy about this? >> do i get a thumbs up on this jacket? >> a big thumbs up. >> bring everybody out. we can see them one more time. >> i have a monsters on the jean. >> look at that. >> so cute. >> alex, you can come back on out. we should tell everybody that truly scrumptious is available at babies "r" us, beginning september 15th. >> thank you. >> guys, thanks for playing. you look great. >> fun for all those little hands. and when we come back, green day performs live.
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>> eric: i'm eric thomas. classes willing on scheduled at fair oaks elementary school following a police shooting right in front of campus last night. it started as traffic stop in vallejo at about 7:46 last night. they chased two men on the highway 680. it ended in pleasant hill where the suspect's car crashed at fair oaks elementary. one of suspect made a gesture and they thought he had a gun. he fired but both men were taken into custody. >> an accident blocking the left lane and issue on the san mateo bridge. near the toll plaza, you see the fog on span. eastbound headed to foster city
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over to hayward is moving at the limit and traffic is slow at bay bridge toll plaza
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good morning, thickest fog is up in the north bay, santa rosa is mile visibility. flight arrival delays but oakland and san jose running on time. temperatures in 50s. we'll see sunshine around the bay by noon. pockets develop at the coast
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where you are in the 50s. 80s inland and 90s ♪ [ cheers and applause ] here on the roof with green day. >> wow. >> supergroup, right here, live performance all morning long. as you know, robin is on her medical leave. great to have elizabeth vargas here. >> it's great to be here. green day has sold 65 million albums and have 5 grammys. we had a crowd here from midnight. we're here to hear the single from "uno." >> it's a heart wrenching single
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called "oh, love." ♪ oh, love oh, love ♪ ♪ won't you rain on me tonight ♪ ♪ oh, light oh, light ♪ ♪ please don't pass me by ♪ don't stop don't stop ♪ ♪ don't stop when the red lights flash ♪ ♪ oh, light devine ♪ ♪ won't you keep me close to you ♪ ♪ far away far away ♪
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and i'm sorry ♪ ♪ won't you please arrive today ♪ ♪ faraway faraway ♪ ♪ away tonight i'm wearing my heart on ♪ ♪ faraway faraway ♪ ♪ this night tonight, my heart's on the loose ♪ ♪ i was fighting this feeling out of control ♪ ♪ got myself out of a promise ♪ ♪ of love with you ♪
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♪ oh, love oh, love ♪ ♪ won't you rain on me tonight ♪ ♪ oh, light free light ♪ ♪ won't you take me close to you ♪ ♪ far away far away ♪ ♪ waste away tonight eem wearing ♪ ♪ my heart on a noose ♪ far away far away ♪
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♪ waste away tonight tonight my heart's ♪ ♪ on the loose tonight my heart's ♪ ♪ on the loose tonight, my heart's ♪ ♪ on the loose [ cheers and applause ] >> we'll have more from green day. first, to ginger and the weather. >> can i tell you, everyone here knows every word to that song. it was so loud as everyone was singing along. we're celebrating birthdays here. 40th birthday. what's your name? >> charla rogers. >> it's tiffany's birthday. i'm going to give you tiffany cookies. 175 years for that. let's get to the forecast. want to talk about the rain and much-needed rain in some places.
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>> it is nonstop fun here. the weather report brought to you by gevalia coffee. we have "shark tank." you watch that show, right? it premieres tonight at 8:00 p.m. robert and kevin, both here from "shark tank." we hear there's surprises coming up, including $10 million invested. >> $40 million this year. >> $40 million? >> you know how much money that is? >> no idea. >> this is the largest season ever, in terms of dollars going out the door.
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i think banks aren't lending to businesses to come on "shark tank." we're the bank of tank. >> he's so full of crap. you know why the show works? people come on the show. we make their dreams come true. where else can you go and get 1 million bucks from somebody and make your dreams come true? >> that's so true. one thing everybody says, is it more fun to invest? or beat another shark out? >> beat out the other shark. >> if the deal works and you want it for yourself, you have to fight for it. it's just like the real world. i don't want to invest in robert. he's wasting my time. >> the level of intensity is incredible. i almost get into fisticuffs with kevin. but i can take him. cuban, that's a different story. >> we want to see that tonight. hello?
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the words are going this way-there's no way.
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♪ it's been more than two decades before green day hit the
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scene. it was three years before they inspired the first-ever "gma" mosh pit. now, three albums coming out from this supergroup. called "uno," "dos," and tres." thanks for getting up extremely early. billie joe, this is what bands used to do. you had to do three albums in four months. where did you get the idea? >> basically, just started writing a bunch of songs. we had a handful of songs. instead of doing a double record, we had around 30 songs, we decided to keep going. we were having a good time with it. so, we're like, let's put out like a three-volume set. >> how are they going to be different? do you intend them to land differently? >> the first record is classic, green day sounding. it dates back to "kerpluk" or
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dookie." and the next one is garagey. like a hot tub meets hell. and the third one is like a finale of the three. so, it's pretty -- to start off with writing a few songs and ending up becoming epic in the long run. >> and world tour starting in november. excited to get this music to the masses? >> yeah. playing theaters on the west coast. and then, it's off to the races after that. >> again, it was "american idiot," for which this band won a grammy. also, an incredible musical that's touring the globe. we want to hear from that. let's listen to "holiday," shall we? >> let's go. >> hey, hey. ♪ hear the sound of the falling rain ♪
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♪ coming down like an armageddon flame ♪ ♪ the shame the ones who died ♪ ♪ without a name ♪ hear the dogs howling out of key ♪ ♪ to a hymn called "faith and misery" ♪ ♪ and bleed the company that lost the war today ♪ ♪ i beg to dream and differ from the hollow lies ♪ ♪ this is the dawning of the rest of our lives ♪ ♪ on holiday ♪ hear the drum pounding out of time ♪ ♪ another protester has crossed the line ♪ ♪ to find the money's on the other side ♪ ♪ can i get another amen there's a flag ♪ ♪ wrapped around a score of men ♪
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♪ a gag a plastic bag on a monument ♪ ♪ i beg to dream and differ from the hollow lies ♪ ♪ this is the dawning of the rest of our lives ♪ ♪ on holiday ♪ hey >> frequency riders.
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>> the respective of new york city now has the floor. ♪ zieg heil to the president gasman ♪ ♪ bombs away is your punishment ♪ ♪ pulverize the eiffel towers who criticize your government ♪ ♪ bang bang goes the broken glass and ♪ ♪ kill all the that don't agree ♪ ♪ trials by fire setting fires ♪ ♪ it's not a way that's meant for me ♪ ♪ just 'cause just 'cause ♪ ♪ because we're outlaws on holiday ♪ ♪ i beg to dream and differ from the hollow lies ♪ ♪ this is the dawning of the rest of our lives ♪ ♪ i beg to dream and differ from the hollow lies ♪ ♪ this is the dawning of the rest of our lives ♪
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♪ this is our lives on holiday ♪ [ cheers and applause ]
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[ cheers and applause ] we are back, now, with green day. and another song. 1994 when it came out. it spent five weeks at the top of the charts. yeah. it is called "basket case." ♪ do you have the time to listen to me whine ♪ ♪ about nothing and everything all at once ♪ ♪ i am one of those melodramatic fools ♪ ♪ neurortic to the bone no doubt about it ♪ ♪ sometimes i give myself the creeps ♪ ♪ sometimes my mind plays tricks on me ♪ ♪ it all keeps adding up
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i think i'm cracking up ♪ ♪ am i just paranoid or i just ♪ ♪ i went to a shrink to analyze my dreams ♪ ♪ he says it's lack of sex that's bringing me down ♪ ♪ i went to a he said my life's a bore ♪ ♪ so quit my whining that's what's bringing her down ♪ ♪ sometimes i give myself the creeps ♪ ♪ sometimes my mind plays tricks on me ♪ ♪ it all keeps adding up ♪ ♪ i think i'm cracking up ♪ ♪ am i just paranoid yeah, yeah, yeah ♪
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♪ grasping to control so, i better hold on ♪ ♪ sometimes i give myself the creeps ♪ ♪ sometimes my mind plays tricks on me ♪ ♪ it all keeps adding up ♪ ♪ i think i'm cracking up ♪ ♪ am i just paranoid
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♪ [ cheers and applause ]
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a beautiful morning at the top of times square. our thanks to green day. our thanks to d.j. irie. >> we're going to have one last song from green day. "save the night." everybody, thank you for joining us. ♪ i ain't got much time to walk into the void ♪ ♪ you want to share a ride ♪ ♪ get the out of this joint ♪ ♪ i got it in for mostly turns ♪ ♪ i want to break your heart until it ♪ ♪ makes you not return
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>> eric: i'm eric thomas. arson investigators are looking into a string of suspicious fires in antioch. they happened within an hour of each other. biggest started if a three and spread to a strip mall. 99 cent store suffered damage and there was two other fires a bit earlier. >> still gray grey outside. clouds are back to the coast by noon and we'll see pockets of sunshine develop with upper 50s to mid 60s into san francisco. 70s in the south bay and in the north bay and low 90s in east bay valleys. >> problem spot coming into san francisco, north 101, around candlestick park. southbound, is there


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